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The Four Seasons Private Residences at 706 Mission is San Francisco's most exclusive address. Perched atop the beautifully restored Aronson Building, just a stone's throw away from museums and Yerba Buena Gardens, this is a lifestyle taken to an elevated level of artistry. Boasting panoramic vistas of the iconic city skyline, Tower Residence 12C showcases a range of premium features, including sturdy oak flooring, top-of-the-line Sub-Zero/Wolf/Cove appliances, exquisite marble countertops, impeccably crafted Poggenpohl cabinetry, custom upgraded bathtub, elegant drapery, designer chandelier and custom closets. This 2 bedroom 2 bath residence embodies the epitome of high-end living, elevated to new heights by the renowned Four Seasons service. The Club seamlessly combines meticulously designed amenity spaces adorned with art, personalized service, and exclusive programs tailored for residents. The extensive Club, managed by a dedicated Club Attendant, encompasses a sophisticated bar lounge, an elegant dining area, an outdoor entertainment terrace, a library, a game room, a cutting-edge golf simulator and a fully-equipped fitness center designed by a renowned celebrity trainer, and author Harley Pasternak. 24-hour attendant, valet parking & storage. Can be sold fully furnished.

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706 Mission Street #12C

Although the term "Barbary Coast" is derived from the 18th century reference to the wild coast of North Africa, it has become synonymous with pirates and debauchery. Thus, during the Gold Rush era of San Francisco, the nine-block area bounded by Montgomery Street, Washington Street, Stockton Street and Broadway became known as the Barbary Coast. Abandoned ships ultimately sunk and were covered with landfill and have continued to be uncovered during construction as late as 2001. The Financial District, predominately a commercial center of historic banks built on Gold Rush fortunes and high-rise office buildings, offers a smattering of upscale apartments and condominiums - and the demand is growing. Four-star, expense account restaurants and hotels, as well as services of all kinds, are never more than a block away. Green space can be found if you're persistent: Jackson Square Park, near the Embarcadero Center, is the perfect place for a refreshing, sunny picnic lunch. Hidden between the famous TransAmerica Pyramid and another high rise, you'll find TransAmerica Redwood Park, a tiny sanctuary where busy stockbrokers take a break to watch Chinese grandmas practice their Tai Chi.